Mesa County Workforce Center Needs YOUR Help – Wagner Peyser Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
As a long-time partner with the Mesa County Workforce Center (MCWFC), the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce is asking that you support the MCWFC and how it has operated successfully for years. The US Department of Labor is proposing that local recipients of federal funding for workforce assistance be staffed with state employees. For over 14 years the Mesa County Workforce Center has been part of a pilot effort where the employees are actually county employees. This has proven to be highly efficient and has allowed our Workforce Center to be nimble and creative in meeting the needs of both employers and employees.
In order to submit public comments please follow the following steps by June 21st, 2022:
- Click here to find step-by-step instructions on how to provide comments in opposition to this change along with talking points. Please feel free to use the same or similar wording to the talking points given.
- Attach this letter the Mesa County Workforce Development Board submitted on the issue to your comment.
Our intention is to get a volume of comments submitted before the deadline for comments which is June 21st. Please contact Diane at email@example.com if there are further questions regarding this comment period.